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Connecting Community Partners to Improve the Quality of Life Through Workforce Development

We strive to ensure that our regional workforce will be strategically aligned, competitively positioned and progressively developed to meet future social and economic demands across Northwestern Ontario.

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North Superior Workforce Planning Board

Our vision is to ensure that our human resource pool will be strategically aligned, competitively positioned and progressively developed to meet future social and economic demands across Northwestern Ontario.

Our mission is to connect community partners to improve the quality of life in our communities through workforce development.

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Discover the Potential of the Labour Market in the North Superior Region.

Are you an employer looking to train your employees?

Both the Ontario and Canadian Government offer job grants to businesses looking to improve the quality of its workforce.

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NSWPB Projects - Introducing LEPC
North Superior Workforce Planning Board would like to introduce ourselves as your new Local…
Jul 22, 2016
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EmployerOne Survey
North Superior Workforce Planning Board (NSWPB) annually undertakes an analysis of various…
Jul 18, 2016
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Ontario Centre for Workforce InnovationThe Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation was established in January 2016 at Ryerson University with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) to provide a single coordinated access point for research on evidence-based employment and training approached for the Employment Ontario (EO) network and other partners, and access to user friendly actionable information, tools, resources and training. The Centre will incorporate a decentralized hub approach with one central location in Toronto and four distributed hubs that will cover different regions/stakeholders of Ontario: North (Thunder Bay), East (Kingston/Ganonoque) and West (London) and Francophone (Sudbury).

The four regional hubs will ensure province-wide coverage, serving all communities in Ontario. The hubs will be interconnected in their sharing of best practices and will work together to mobilize communities toward more effective practices of the Centre in every region.

Each hub will have a resident Regional Coordinator who reports to the Executive Director. The North Superior Workforce Planning Board/Thunder Bay Local Employment Planning Council will be housing the Northern Hub Coordinator.

Ryerson University is now accepting applications for the Hub Coordinators. Click here for the Job Advertisement

Applications can be forwarded to trina.foster@ocwi-coie.ca

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This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.


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